Atheism requires as much faith as religion?

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Atheism requires as much faith as religion? bearvspuma : The only problem with this rationalization is that ita s assuming all athiests are so because theya re intelligent in the ways of science and reasoning and all people that believe in a form of god are unintelligent.

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I_see_you wrote:
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Honey...it doesn't take a christian to know that if "god" did exist...he stopped listening to you a long time ago.
so darling you admit GOD exist??? it is finish

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Shoo you yellow bellied varmant...back to the christian forum with you...or do they not like you over there either??? lol
are you tired of being owned by the Clown?

CLOWN OWNAGE
VICTORY

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And what church do you attend again? It seems you are deeply ashamed of it.
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not at all its a christian church... have you ever attended a church???

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Hush, Tard
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Givemeliberty wrote:
Shall I copy n paste some of his quotes for you to defend? I will if you actually respond and not cower away as you are so prone to do.
The NT is a myth that follows in the footsteps of dozens of other savior son of god stories from the region.
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you're a hater and a bigot! shall I copy & paste your hate

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albtraum wrote:
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That should be, "Do you think ***YOU'RE*** educated on the universe?"
I mean, if you're going to challenge people's educational standards...please show a scintilla of your own....education, that is;0)
If yours are shut your pie hole

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albtraum wrote:
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One would think that people who are convinced that they are going to a place where the streets are paved with gold (what good's it going to do them?) and lie around on clouds playing the harp for a million gazillion years wouldn't be so afraid to die....wouldn't they?
so you're not afraid to die huh? what faith you have!

ITS CALLED CLOWN OWNAGE!

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Its off to work I go! Hey all my atheist peeps see my middle finger? I shall return!

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<quoted text>The Dave Nelson is in suspended agitation right now.

He'll be back.

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Stop cowering there are thousands of variations of Christian churches from catholic to Mormon.

Which Christian denomination do you belong to.

Isn't it funny how so many Christholes are to scared to say what religion they belong to on here? Seriously I laugh at their humiliation.
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<quoted text>not at all its a christian church... have you ever attended a church???

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Your church teaches you it's okay to use the middle finger? No wonder you are ashamed to say what church you go to. It must not be much of a church from the way you turned out.
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Its off to work I go! Hey all my atheist peeps see my middle finger? I shall return!

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Shall I copy n paste some of his quotes for you to defend? I will if you actually respond and not cower away as you are so prone to do.
Cower away? How do you come to the conclusion that I cower away?
Is it because I don't spend 24/7 on here? Is it because I don't devote all of my attention to your concerns? Is it because I don't answer your concerns or challenges in the manner you would expect me to?

Would you please clarify your statement?
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The NT is a myth that follows in the footsteps of dozens of other savior son of god stories from the region.
Okay, how did you come to that conclusion?

Before you answer, consider the following.

The 1898 novel "Wreck of the Titan" was a fictitious story penned by
American novelist Morgan Robertson. The story was about the largest ocean-liner ever built. In the novel, the Titan hit an iceberg on it's maiden voyage, and sank with a horrible loss of life. It was a fictitious story published 17 years before the Titanic.

In 1915, the ocean liner Titanic (notice the first six letters?) was commissioned and was the largest passenger ship in existence at that time. On it's maiden voyage, it struck an iceberg and sank with a horrible loss of life. This is a real historical event that was written about. The details became known because there were survivors who described what they saw.

So my next question is this:

Fictitious stories of ships hitting icebergs were common in the late 19th century and early 20th century. There are other stories very similar to this one.*Did this novel "Wreck of the Titan" influence the historical events of the sinking of the Titanic?*

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Givemeliberty wrote:
Probably having his diaper changed.
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No, I am waiting for your diaper to be changed.

You are a little stinky butt.

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Fraudulent? Hardly. Jesus toyed with the Pharisees during His ministry because they thought they knew everything, and because of their self-righteous bigotry. The Pharisees were the "Fundies" of their day. To people struggling with doubts (atheists, skeptics, cynics) he was much more patient and understanding. Jesus only toyed with those who thought they were better than others. He toyed with Pontius Pilate even while being tried in a capital case.
I would expect better from a ... god. Even one in the guise of a man.

After all-- a god has all of human history to draw on, for examples of rebuttals.

Moreover? An actual **god** would have **godly** replies to even the most low-brow commentary.

Did Jesus?

No.

Not at all, really. Very human he was-- he even got mad at a fig, for failing to produce fruit out of season-- and he, in his human weakness, cursed it.

Jesus was just a man, after all-- not a god.

And it showed.

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Roman Apologist wrote:
God uses ambiguity not to deceive or toy with true seekers, but to separate those who truly want to understand, from those who don't want to understand or those who think they don't need to.
So, basically, you are saying your god is just a d!ck?

For that **is** what you just said above:

"Neener-neener-neener! If you are not fooled by the obscure and deliberately obfuscated non-message? OFF TO HELL WITH YOU!"

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Roman Apologist wrote:
There's nothing fraudulent about compelling people to really dig down deep for the truth.
Actually?

That is **exactly** the definition of fraud!

Since, as you believe, the RESULTS are so DIRE.

If the end result did not end in infinite torture?

You **might** have a slight case....

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Roman Apologist wrote:
Okay, what makes you think T-Town is "hate filled?"
Use advanced google. Google my name and his.

You will be rewarded with such **hate** from him as you've never experienced.

Seriously-- he has spewed some of the most nasty filth on Topix-- a lot of it got deleted by mods, so heinous it was.

But that does seem to be the most common reaction I get from you True Believers™-- hate-spew.

You appear to be an exception, which is why I bothered to make a thoughtful reply.

Time will tell, though, whether you fall into the character I've come to expect, or if you remain civil.

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Roman Apologist wrote:
. I don't agree with everything Pat Robertson says or does, but I can't assume that he hates people. If you want to discuss the subject of intolerance, that's a good thing. But let me ask a question. What exactly is your idea of intolerance?
What else can you call it, when he uses his Bully Pulpit to literally bring down hate and persecution on entire segments of the population?

I call what he does hate-speech.

He literally calls out for his followers to go out and commit violence against gays, atheists and non-christians.

If you load a gun, and attach a sign commanding your followers to go out and use it?

They will.

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I think you misunderstood my point. The out-of-towner was the smug arrogant one, and was attempting to belittle the store owner insidiously.
So?
Roman Apologist wrote:
He was being sneaky and disrespectful, and not appreciating that the store owner was allowing him to be in his store in the first place.
Again... so? Does that in turn, call out for a reply of the same?

Why stoop to the lower level?
Roman Apologist wrote:
The smug out-of-towner didn't even connect the name of the store with his own behavior. "Humble Inn" A play on the word "humbling."
Again-- so what? Who died and appointed the store owner to be the arbiter of who is and who is not humble?

Hmmm?

The store owner gave back worse-- MUCH worse than the minor insult he got.

Is **that** what your god does?

Is this an example of the massive EGO of the store owner?

I think it is-- the owner was "insulted".

poor baby.

So, using his superior knowledge of the area, he **deliberately** wastes the time of the other man.

That is **much** worse than a mere insult.

And it displays a massive ego on the part of the store owner too.

Finally?

Did it teach a lesson? No-- it only showed how much of a local smartazz the owner was.

And how he could use his superior knowledge of the local roads, to get back at the snooty stranger.

THAT IS NOT HUMBLE AT ALL.

That is massive arrogance.

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Roman Apologist wrote:
That's the lesson. And it's a good one.
No-- it's a lesson of arrogance and ego.

What happened to a kind word turns away wrath?

What happened to a kind word in return to a hateful one, heaps hot coals on their heads?

Had the store owner remained polite-- he could have had a sale or three.

But no-- his massively bloated EGO simply DEMANDED that he play a nasty trick on the obnoxious out-of-towner.

Did he teach a lesson?

You betcha: NEVER TRUST A LOCAL. THEY WILL GET YOU WORSE THAN MERE INSULT

Come to think of it?

That's a pretty good lesson-- but NOT the one YOU think.

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